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Ross Mirkarimi 6, San Francisco 3, Lord 3, Tom Rivard 2, Chiu 2, Campos 2, Us 2, Moses 2, Joshua 1, Behold 1, Jerusalem 1, Sfgov Sunnyside 1, Goshen 1, Daniel 1, Israel 1, Kearny 1, Brenda 1, Kim 1, Cohen 1, Olague 1,
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  SFGTV    [untitled]  

    October 2, 2012
    3:00 - 3:30pm PDT  

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constitution, "article 1" that exercise a language [speaker not understood] relative to more liberties, historically has proven legislative action and actual capital currency [speaker not understood] ranked by do collide. we are in fact manipulation of freedom at the same time recognition by ballot for [speaker not understood] intervention which surrounds sovereign nations with military basis by us of a as of 2012. this reading given two minutes. [speaker not understood] maneuvers of contempt would believe this is a project of gaining social culture. imperialism and followers embracing manners of continental international
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sovereign survival, not just continuum. that age, emotional symphonic [speaker not understood], waving the hand, pointing the finger to an introduction for clarification in logic. >> next speaker. good afternoon, president chiu and board members. i'm here to speak on behalf of ross mirkarimi. we won't forget how supervisor mirkarimi fought hard for public safety and how he coauthored legislation. we won't forget how ross worked closely with domestic violence groups before this incident took place. we won't forget how domestic violence groups chose not to hear aliana lopez on the truth. we won't forget how they
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separated a family for seven months. we won't forget how the mayor intentionally used his rarely used provision of the city charter to suspend ross from his job and take him out. we won't forget how 150 women [speaker not understood] to support him. will you? please reinstate ross mirkarimi. thank you. (applause) good afternoon, honorable supervisors. i want to thank you for all that you do. i am in fear of democracy. if we elect you, how do we know you will stay in office and not be sent to the ethics commission? how can you as peers and coworkers [speaker not
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understood]? aren't you concerned about the precedence this may cause by putting you in the glass house and making your elected office more vulnerable? please reinstate the elected chair. god bless you that you make the right decision. thank you. >> thank you. next speaker. hi, my name is brenda barrels and i'm a member of slu 10 21. i'm a city employee and i'm here on my own time. what i'd like to say is that in the beginning our union endorsed ross mirkarimi. i was one of the people that worked my butt off to get him elected and why. so, i think we can't forget why he was elected in the first place. he was elected in the first place because there wasn't any other candidate that was running that would care for the people of color that are in the jails better than ross could. and that still hasn't changed. those people are still in the jails and they still need the help of somebody like ross mirkarimi to try to give them a
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chance at redemption. and we hear that a lot, redemption. i'm a firm believer in redemption. i think for a minor incident for somebody to be taken permanently away is wrong no matter who it is. i defended three employees -- and this seems to be a pattern with the mayor -- at the hospital. you don't hear about these employees because they're not ross mirkarimi. they're not public workers. but they're reaching back into people's histories, people that have worked five, 10 years with no problem on the job, and trying to fire them now. so, this is not just a one-time thing. that's why to me this is a labor issue. because if they can get away with it with ross mirkarimi, then us regular workers, we don't have a prayer. and even some of the people sitting on the board may not have a prayer if they reach back into your history because i don't know what your histories are. but most of us at some point in our lives have made mistakes. and if they reach back and dig it out, we're all going to pay
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for it if this goes through. (applause) >> thank you. next speaker. can i get the overhead, please? the eighth month gestation period. recently two [speaker not understood] made a startling revelation. one of them is actually my brother. for the first three months of the gestation period, the zygot develops in the heart. thereafter the zygot descend from the circumstance la --
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circulation system for the next five months of the gestation period. now, the magician, calling it magician, still works with their enchantments to bring forth life, but they could not. so, there was life in man and beast. so, the magician said to pharaoh, this is the finger of god. the pharaoh's heart grew hard and he did not heed them as the lord had said. the lord said to moses, stand before pharaoh as he comes out of the water. thus says the lord, let my people go that they may serve me, or else i will not let my people -- or else if you do not let my people go, behold, i will swarm flies on you and your servants and on your people and into your houses,
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the houses of the egyptians shall be full of swarms of flies and also the ground on which they stand. and in that day i will set apart the land of goshen in which my people dwell that no swarms of flies shall be [inaudible] in order that they may know [inaudible]. >> thank you very much. the overhead, please. >> sfgov sunnyside tv? yes. tom [speaker not understood], south marina apartments. i guess last night the most amount of people in the city and county of san francisco slept with their windows open. i don't think anybody would want more noise to come through. i think it's probably
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a few people that would like less noise to come through. i would like to stop its growth. we've got the overhead, good. this is the noise ordinance of 2008 and i paid extra money to get the mayor's signature. he signed it on november 25th. so, it became law december 25th, christmas morning. okay. this is the same bill when it was going through. the yellow tag is from tom rivard who was our noise man. and who just recently retired, he basically wrote it. he sent it to me during -- when it was going through [speaker not understood], section 29 09 deals with your issues marked by green. all the best. tom rivard. and this is basically residential property noise. they can go, if you build
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something, remodel something, you can go five decibels above what we heard last night. that's noise. and on the other page it will say commercial places can go 8 decibels. and we know that when you go to 10 decibels, basically you're doubling the amount of noise. and we'll end today, that's the noise map of 2009. and the deeper colors, that's a lot of noise. that's a little noise. but it's all one [inaudible]. thank you. >> thank you very much. thank you.
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next speaker. good afternoon, honorable board of supervisors. [speaker not understood] and i am [speaker not understood] living in the mission district in san francisco. if you are as tired as i am of hearing me [speaker not understood]. i'm confident [speaker not understood], i'm not going to talk about [speaker not understood] anything like that. i'm confident that this body will raise [speaker not understood].
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you've been getting pressure from both sides including me asking you to vote this way or that way. i'm confident that [speaker not understood]. the principles that were instilled in you by your parents, your teachers, the principals that you swear under oath to be on this body to represent the people and to administer justice in this case, you are asked to be the judge. i'm just saying [speaker not understood] the only way to [speaker not understood] this political battle is to pull back on your principles and the ethics of it just this case on its merits. in the future, [speaker not understood], [speaker not understood].
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>> thanks. next speaker. good afternoon, i'm peter war field, executive library users association. and i'll be using the overhead at some point. in two weeks' time it will be so far the last day that the muir and bernal heights branch library will be protected. after that it will be presumably free for the library to [speaker not understood]. this will be the culmination if it happens of a betrayal of art and culture, a betrayal of democracy, and a convenient arrangement that will shovel money in the direction of the friends of sfpo, complete with
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its own secrecy clause. let's look at the recap of what's happening. the overhead, please. this is a front panel, left panel of the [speaker not understood] and other musical folks, and that is to be replaced by this [speaker not understood] unfortunately. some people have called it hurls and swirls, others a mustache. the side panel honors working women which are 1980 to '82 when this went up -- overhead, please -- was not a commonplace thing. that will be replaced by a tree with bits that are reminiscent of a few of the themes of the previous mural. the betrayal of democracy involved a whole series of undemocratic thing including a so-called community process,
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but had no publicly announced meetings, no agendas, no minutes, no recorded votes. when we requested information from supervisor campos who kicked it off, we got hundreds of pages like this and like this and like this. only after hearing at the central task force did we get the unredacted material. >> thank you. next speaker. last week we learned that there were 74 90 year cycles from joshua to 1996. we also had the 7 -- remember 7 is the number of perfection in the word of god. 360 years from the destruction
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of the temple. the reason they don't know this, i can mention many preachers, is because they and others believe that jerusalem was destroyed in 587 b.c. or approximately 587 b.c., which leads them to a false conclusion. but before jesus ascended -- can we put this up? has it been up yet? my scripture? >> sfgovtv. he said, lord, will at this time restore the kingdom. jesus beginning at moses and all the prophets did expounded to them in all the scriptures the things concerning himself. and he said to them, these are the words which i spoke to you while i was yet with you that all things must yet be fulfilled which were written in the prophets, daniel being one of those prophets. and, so, doubtless they understood clearly as he expounded to them the scripture that he must have needs be cut
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off, murdered, assassinated, killed, which cut off always means one of those, cease breathing, be placed in the grave to be dead. in the 4 87th year. they said, lord, well, about this time restore the kingdom to israel? they were thinking is it four more years? if he kaz cut off in pass over which was 14 days into the fourth year of the 70th sabbatical cycle, the 490th year would end at four years about this time. but you have to understand, see -- i wish i had more time really. honestly i'd almost pay you money to let me preach for an hour. i can't do it. i have three second. 560 times 3-1/2 -- >> thank you very much. next speaker.
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it is one thing to anticipate a death because of old age or sickness. [ video presentation] it is quite another to
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experience the sudden violent death of a loved one. >> why are we wasting our money on other things when we can solve crimes with our loved ones being murdered in violence on the street? we waste our money on ross's thing when our chill drink are still laying in the grave. what do we do? * children why are we wasting money on this? i'm not advocating for anybody. i'm advocating for my child and these young men that are dying in the streets in this senseless violence. but if we can waste money on other things, why can't we waste money on our children? because they're african-american? what if they were all another nationality? >> san francisco has seen an unprecedented number of homicides [gunshot].
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[siren] how long am i going to have to come down here and do there? when am i going to get justice for our children? when am i going to get justice? the homicide victim are a people of color. this is just not about my child. living in neighborhoods of scarcity and neglect must deal with the personal tragedy at the same time facing the crime and violence in the neighborhood that's around them every day. i'll continue to do this. i will continue to do this. my son -- i should have been burying my son, not my son -- i mean, my son should have been burying me, not my son burying me [inaudible].
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[end of video presentation] >> thank you very much. are there any other members of the public that wish to speak in general public comment? seeing none, general public comment is closed. madam clerk, could you go to the adoption calendar? >> item 29 is a resolution authorizing the installation of a new rosie the riveter plaque on the north sidewalk of vallejo street at the key intersection of kearny street. >> colleagues, can we take a roll call vote on this item? >> on item 29, supervisor olague? aye. supervisor wiener? aye. supervisor avalos? aye. supervisor campos? aye. president chiu? aye. supervisor chu? aye.
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supervisor cohen? aye. supervisor elsbernd? aye. supervisor kim? aye. supervisor mar? mar aye. there are 10 ayes. >> the resolution is approved. colleagues, we still have a number of 3:30 special accommodation as well as a 4:00 p.m. special order. why don't i propose that we recess temporarily and reconvene at 3:45 so that we can roll from the special accommodations into the 4 o'clock special order. unless there is any objection, let's convene at -- let's recess until 3:45. [recess]
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